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I love that commercial!!!!!
I think it is a combination of the his dancing, his smile, and the perky music.
My husband thinks I'm nuts (maybe a little truth there) so I am glad someone else likes it too.
OMG I hate that commercial, I cringe when I think how that poor guy probably didn't get paid nearly enough!!! LOL, my hubby loves it.
wha wha what??
you hate it? how could you it so awsome..
hahah I have to commercial downloaded and I have been attempting to figure out the dance steps.
I suck needless to say but I definately look good in my Joe Boxer short..
I like it too. He reminds me of the gay guy that was kicked off Big Brother last week.
It makes me laugh! I thought he was cute!!
Have you seen the new Chrismas commerical where he is dancing with a box, wrapped as a present, around his middle and then he rips it off like a stripper??
He still has the same smile.
Keep on dancing......
Happy Turkey Day!!
check this link out! LOL
Or the other one where he's hopin around like a bunny with some women now!
Nice commercial, crappy company with very poor customer service.
As Dustin Hoffman said in Rainman: